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EDC101- Teaching and Learning in a Digital World
Digital Fluency
By: Aimee Elliott
‘Fluency’ derives from the word ‘flow’ and when we think about being ‘fluent’ in any context, it refers to being flexible, accurate, efficient, and appropriate. (Spencer, 2015)

In other words...
the way we use skills...
the way we use skills...
how we use language
and the way we use speech flow naturally and easily. (Spencer, 2015)

What are some examples on what Digital Fluency means for
primary school students
Students can write creative stories while also learning how to type, structure sentences and use correct punctuation.

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Students can design and summit their own PowerPoint presentations for class projects
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Devices and M-Learning
Apps and Ebooks
Students can use excel to show their findings in a graph for mathematics class
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Students can display their learning in different ways such as brochures, invitations and other templates.
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Students can use devices that are portal and on the go
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Students can use cameras on devices to capture their learning

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Students can use iPads to access apps, internet search engines, music, videos and podcasts, games and more

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Students can explore how we use mobile devices to communicate such as instant messaging, Skype, email, and social networking
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The World Wide Web
Students can explore online when seeking information, learning, connecting and playing

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Students can learn how and when to use different search engines
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Students can connect with others students from all of the world by accessing Skype, video chats, blogs

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Students can familiarise themselves with digital terminology such as: HTML, WWW, org, .com, media, multimedia, wiki, blog, vlog, MP3, MP4, jpg and more

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In conclusion
As we can conclude there are many factors that contribute to Digital Fluency for students. We can see the impact technology has on a students education as it is used to express, investigate and connect.
To be Digitally Fluent is to be confident and proficient in using digital tools, devices and software's.
As a student progresses in their learning, technology advances with them. Students are constantly learning and there is always more skills to master and more information to absorb.
The digital world plays a significant part in learning and it something that will impact them for the rest of their lives.
Thank you for watching.
Good luck in the Digital World!

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Students can access thousands of eBooks at various reading levels

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Students can access apps for educational games for subjects such as maths, English, science, literacy, LOTE, art and much more
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